To record movie clips first of all press the menu button, this will refelect the shooting menu of your camera, select the first option of shooting modes by the navigating keys circling the menu/ok button. Then press the right arrow on the navigating keys, this will open the modes of shooting. Generaly while first use always AUTO is selected, you may scroll up to select the movie mode and then press ok button. Now you are ready to record clips. Click on the shutter button (picture button on the top of the camera) to start recording clips and when you are done re-click to stop recording.
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Wow!...you get 35 min. of uninterrupted movie on a point-and-shoot camera before it shuts off and you're complaining? No Hollywood director would ever shoot that much without stopping....even Alfred Hitchcock never went that far! After your camera shuts down, can you start it up again and resume another movie session?
To pause the camera in the middle of filming, fully press the shutter at the top of the camera to the right, the recording will be paused. (i.e the shutter that you pressed while the camera is in recording mode, that enables recording while pressed fully. You press it, it will pause and when you press again, it starts recording). This is possible because the camera is already in recording mode.
twist the options wheel around to select the little icon that looks like a movie camera (directly across from the green camera). When you want to start filming, just click the shutter button (the one u press when ur taking pictures). The time recording will pop up on the display screen and it will show you how long you've been recording. To discontinue filming just hit the shutter button again.
this is quite normal, I have just tried that with my camera. Unless I do not move my camera at all, it is quite okay ( I was filming my parrots in a cage ) but if you move it, it needs to focus. It just is not made for serious filming, just occasional short movies. IF you think yours is too bad, make a short movie load it into youtobe and let me know. I will then try to see wether it is not ok. Vladimir
1. Set control dial to movie mode
2. Press the Func/Set button
3. Scroll down to the recording pixels icon (probably 320 on yours right now)
4. Use left/right arrow to select 640
5. Press Func/Set button
The only way to see the movie the right way up is to turn your monitor on its side, I'm afraid. You also might be able to take it to a professional studio, who might possibly have the capability, but you will still wind up with a lot of blank space to the right and left of your image.
By frame size and frame rate I think. The F828 (in highest quality mode) takes 30 frames per second (fps) at 640x480 pixels. In the US televisions display video at 30 FPS (actually it is 60 fps but only half the frame gets displayed at a time so it nets out to 30.)
I'm not swure what dedicated camcorders do internally but I've run my F828 videos on my TV (27" non-HDTV) and they look great. I've got no interest in buying a dedicated camcorder. Things might be different if I had an HDTV.